Biotechnology is an interdisciplinary engineering course that focuses on developing innovative solutions to biological and medical challenges using engineering principles. This course combines the principles of biology, chemistry, mathematics, and engineering to create a comprehensive curriculum that prepares students for a career in the biotech industry.


The program covers a broad range of topics, including molecular biology, cell biology, genetics, biochemistry, and microbiology. It also emphasizes hands-on learning through laboratory experiments, research projects, and internships, allowing students to apply theoretical knowledge to real-world scenarios.


Graduates of this course have a wide range of career opportunities in the biotech industry, research institutions, and government agencies. They can work as biotech engineers, research scientists, process engineers, quality assurance managers, or biotech consultants, among other roles.